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About Enoch Coombs
- Enoch Coombes patented Largoe, which lyeth on the north side of southwest branch of the Patuxent River, before it came into possession of Alexander Beall. Enoch had a daughter named Elizabeth Coombes. Her godmother was Joane Lawson, Reade, Mounten, Tyler, Beall, wife of John Beall, immigrant of 1670. Joane left Elizabeth a legacy in her will of 1675.
- Tracts Layed Out In Calvert County Prior To April 23, 1696, Before The Formation Of Prince George's County Beale, Capt. Ninian / Largo T-11/ June 26, 1685/ L22 f 178
- 22, Jan 1717. From Daniel Danielson, planter and Thomas Sprigg, Gent. Both of Prince George's County, to Enoch Coombs of Prince George's County a parcel of land called Norway, part of a larger tract called Largo; bounded by land belonging to Robert Wells called Westphalia and land of Thomas Sprigg; containing 250 Acres /s/ Daniel Danielson (seal), Tho. Sprigg (seal). Wit:: Tho. Claggett. Jos. Belt, Tho. Sprigg, Sr., Ja. Haddock. Enoch Combs paid £102/10/0 on date of purchase. Acknowledged by Thomas Sprigg, Daniel Danielson and his wife Elizabeth; recorded 22 Apr 1718. (PGLR, 1726-1730, liber 51 folio 583)